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I live in Pennsylvania and after visiting both hq I am now undecided. (Also due to the heavily biased debate.) I was a Clinton supporter but now I am on the fence leaning towards Clinton. I know the issues quite well so please focus on why one should definitely be better than the other. Strong facts we be appreciated as I have researched these candidates quite well and it takes a lot to sway my opinion. Thank You
Look at the videos below and ask if this conduct is unbecoming of a presidential candidate? And, do you want to be associated with someone who has no experience, and behaves like a child? The official campaign for Barack Obama put a video on YouTube to show off the candidate. Below is a portion of the video. It is obvious he is flipping off Hillary Clinton in the video. The Chicago Tribune’s blog, Swampland has the video up, and notes: “And that’s the part of the videotape, courtesy of Fox News, where viewers need to pay some attention to the hand that Obama raised to his face, and the finger with which he scratched it.” The same video is also up at the Baltimore Sun’s site. That video, at both newspaper sites, provides a clearer angle of Obama’s finger as he makes the gesture. The L.A. Times blog, Top of the Ticket, has video and this headline: “Barack Obama makes a one-fingered gesture while speaking of Hillary Clinton.”
You should not boil this down to black and white. Black people will lose that argument because there are more whites than blacks. I would try to erase everything you've seen during the course of the campaign. You need to look at the candidates record before they started running. That is a prediction of how they will lean in the future. I can cite many examples which will let you know which way I am leaning, but you should dig it up for yourself. or flip a coin.
Clinton She can and will defeat McCain in November if given the chance. She is a fighter for all American citizens She knows whats wrong in America and she has solid solutions with concrete proposals to make them work to solve the problems we face in America every day. She is the best candidate for the job Sometimes the best man for the job is a woman as in this case She has the qualifications,the experience,the leadership ability that is needed in our next President. Clinton 08
If you CLEARLY researched as you claim then you would really know CLINTON is the way to go. Why on earth would you vote for Obama? Please explain? He has done nothing for IL, I live in Chicago, new-jersey and he has made all these promisses and not ONE of them MET! What makes you think he will keep any promisses he makes now!? He is backed by racist anti-American friends. (Birds of a feather flock together) This question you ask is a NO-BRAINER. That is if you REALLY done the reasearch!
Just remember that the Electoral College elects the President, not the popular vote. So, in my opinion, you would be wasting your money by supporting any candidate.
I'm an Obama supporter. Here's why: 1) He had the foresight to oppose the Iraq war from the beginning. I feel Clinton and many other democrats felt the need to "look tough" to voters and give Bush the authority for war. 2) His plan for a venture capital fund to fuel alternative energy investment is both innovative and necessary. American businesses need to lead the way in developing wind, solar and bio fuels that are cost efficient. 3) He is also the candidate who is speaking out the most about energy conservation--It's been unfashionable to talk about, but it's also necessary. 4) The way he has run his campaign is a good sign for the way he will run the government. He began as a prohibitive underdog to Clinton, and has outorganized her in most every state across the nation to have a strong chance of winning the nomination. As someone who has volunteered for the Obama campaign this year and other campaigns in the past, I can say that it's far and away the most organized, competently run campaign I've ever been a part of. 5) Charisma matters. On one level, it's superficial; on another, it helps get things done. 6) Obama gets along well with people who disagree with him. His fundamental respect for people has him get along well with republicans with whom he shares little common ground on the issues. This ability is essential to forging legislation on health care and the environment that can acutally pass congress and not get filibustered. 7) Our country has seen George Bush make short shrift of the constitution. Barack Obama is an expert on constitutional law, and is thus the perfect person to clean up Bush's mess in this regard.
Since you have done your due diligence on the candidates and their issues, I will only focus on character and personality. Hillary Clinton: 1. Whether she stayed with Former President Clinton as a partnership to get her this far is up to debate. However, it seems very likely as she would never have gotten this far without HIS CHARM, HIS WIT, & HIS ABILITY TO ANSWER DIFFICULT QUESTIONS WITH EASE AND HUMOR. The operative word here: HIS 2. Throughout the campaign, she has switched either her point of view, point of preference, and has even chosen to "misremember"-quoting Roger Clemens of certain events--and instead of quickly apologizing and rectifying the situation, she waited days and deferred to Rev. Wright as a destraction to the hole she dug for herself. 3. Even her slogan in reference to which candidate will be better prepared on Day 1 is weak. What experience is she claiming to have that would trump Obama's? First Lady? 4. If she wins, lobbyists will still be in charge of the country, not her. She will be obliged to go with the flow and make only minor changes as she can't go against the very people that helped get her this far. 5. She has hardly any experience in rallying politicians from both sides to agree on important issues, which is extremely important with the economic crisis, the war, foreign policies... 6. She doesn't come across as a people-person and this is one of the most under-rated factors in being a great politician. According to Wikipedia: A politician (from Greek "polis") is an individual who is involved in influencing public decision-making through the influence of politics or a person who influences the way a society is governed through an understanding of political power and group dynamics. The KEY WORD: INFLUENCE. From her years in politics, I have yet to see her influence anyone who had an opposing view on any of her issues. So far, all of the issues she boasts on bringing party lines together, were Republicans who are pretty liberal (for a Republican) and were already on the same path prior to her. I turned 18 in 1996 and happily voted for Bill Clinton. I again voted for him in 2000. When Hillary announced she was running, I immediately felt I was going to vote for her. It was in February, right before Super Tuesday, that I switched over to Obama and have since been very satisfied and excited about the possibility of his nomination for Presidency. I simply compared the prior factors with him and was pleasantly surprised. There's no doubt the man is an eloquent speaker, great with people(I live in Chicago & have seen this first-hand), and is a complete straight-shooter who tells it like it is. He also has an uncanny ability to make everyone in ear/eye shot feel like they can accomplish anything they put their minds and hearts, too--which many Americans had lost that fire/hope/faith in their own lives. Obama has the gift of being able to listen--really listen to those around him and take it in, then come up with a solution that is win-win for all. I think that is his biggest asset when he becomes President. This ability is needed now more than ever as: the American Economy is far worse than ever in history: people are losing their jobs, retirement, pensions, homes, and homelessness is drastically and sadly increasing in bunches--people are literally leaving their house keys and walking away, the health in America is that just above a 3rd-World country, so many don't even have adequate insurance or any at all; we started 2 wars for no beneficial reason, and on top of that for the last 8 years, there are less and less "friends of America" because the power we once had is now sadly diminished; I think Barack Obama is very capable, with time, on getting America back on track. His character is very strong, confident but not arrogant and finally there is a candidate who I can proudly say is: for the people. His confidence in Americans is infectious and unprecedented since the era of John & Jack Kennedy & Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He's given Americans something they've unfortunately lost: their dreams back of a better day. Good luck in your search for the best candidate for you. No matter who you choose, I applaud you for doing your research first and taking the electoral process seriously.
Well, if you're undecided, and you want more time to see them in action and keep the primary going longer, you may want to vote for Clinton, if she wins new-jersey she keeps going, if not, hard to say, that might be the end of the line.
I think Clinton's leadership style, and her polarizing nature, will only lead to more years of nothing getting done in Washington. I think Obama brings a new look and new vision of how politics can be. I think his leadership style would be the best for enabling the parties to find common ground on many issues. I know he is not a cure-all, but I think it is time to try something new.
White folks ain't stupid? Read all the way to the end. White folk wanted to make the USA a great country. What did they do? They went to Africa and enslaved Blacks to turn the country into an agricultural powerhouse. White folk wanted to make Washington D.C. A great city. What did they do? They used a Black to design the city and Black labor to build it. White folk wanted to explore the western USA . What did they do? Lewis and Clark took a Black slave with them to negotiate with the Indians White folk wanted to end the Civil War. What did they do? They freed the slaves who helped win the war. White folk wanted to take San Juan Hill . What did they do? Teddy rushed up the hill, got in trouble, and was rescued by Blacks who took the hill. White folk wanted to take the middle and western USA from the Indians. What did they do? They sent the Buffalo soldiers to protect the settlers and to fight the Indians. White folk wanted to raise cattle in the mid west. What did they do? They hired cowboys to do it (Yes, most cowboys were Black.) White folk wanted to explore the North Pole. What did they do? Adm. Perry took a Black guide along to get him there. The guide reached the pole before Perry. White folk wanted to make the USA armed forces better. What did they do? Truman integrated the military. White folk wanted to improve college and pro sports and make more money doing so. What did they do? They integrated sports and built larger stadiums and arenas and tougher golf courses. Now, White folk want a new president to straighten out the Bush mess. WHAT WILL THEY DO, BASED ON HISTORY???? WHITE FOLKS AIN'T STUPID .